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The voices of women in business are growing louder in Japan, and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has thrown his weight behind this with his “womenomics” agenda. But how far are initiatives to empower women actually being implemented?
From the moment you leave Izumo Airport in Shimane Prefecture, there is a wealth of history to see, feel and experience. From the Okuizumo Museum of Tatara Iron-making and Japanese Swords, the Itohara Memorial, and the spectacular scenery, to the Yushien Garden and Matsue Castle, there is so much to discover and learn. Watch this video to learn about what features Shimane Prefecture has to offer.
The beauty of sakura season inspires our creative side. Origami is well-known outside of Japan, but there are many other wonderful Japanese crafts. We explore the wide range of hands-on artistic expression offered at the Nihonbashi Sakura Festival.
Whether they are a fintech start-up, a blue-chip corporate giant, or a transplanted Silicon Valley venture, internationally minded companies have discovered that Marunouchi is the place to put down their Japan roots. Here’s why the area is attracting global talent.
Japan is famous for its cherry blossom trees, and the Nihonbashi Sakura Festival offers an incredible immersion in what is perhaps Japan’s most anticipated time of year. We explore the music, dance, and games that await you.
BIJ.TV founder Robert Heldt speaks with Dr. Greg Story, president of Dale Carnegie Training Japan, to discuss key considerations for entrepreneurs trying to grow themselves and their business. Looking at motivation, delegation, communication and the need to move out of your comfort zone, Dr. Story examines ways to become a more effective leader and entrepreneur.
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The Tohoku Rokkonsai (Six-soul) Festival was created to inspire peace and recovery after the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. On Nov. 19-20, 2016 festival performers from Tohoku’s six prefectures converged on Shintora Dori, central Tokyo, for a spectacular display.
To stay productive and economically relevant in a changing world, Japan must adapt. On October 21, more than 180 executives from business, government, and academia gathered in Tokyo to discuss how to modernise Japan’s corporate culture. From diversification and women in the workplace to the skills and creativity needed to succeed in the global economy, the summit offered covered many key issues.